Northwest Home: The Past Perfected

An architect’s update of a mid-century mod home and more from the latest Northwest Home magazine.
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In this issue of Northwest Home, we turn our focus to storage-smart furnishings—including a hiding-something coffee table—that will help put houses of any size into stylish order. Plus, our Home of the Month (tour it, 3/17), an elegant update of a mid-century mod waterfront home in West Seattle, boasts some inspiration-worthy custom casework. Finally, columnist John Stevens shows us how to grow a classic conservatory-style garden room at home.

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